The New Toyota Camry - Powerful, Efficient, and Reliable

Looking for a midsize car you can depend on to get you and your family around without having to spend too much on fuel? The new Toyota Camry makes a terrific car for your commute, or for hauling your kids to school. Its high reliability ratings, strong fuel economy, and refined interior make the Camry an excellent family car. The new global incentives Honda Accord also has comfortable seats and good cargo space in its trunk, but here at Newbold Toyota, we think the Camry outshines the Accord in many key areas. We believe our customers in the O'Fallon and Edwardsville, IL areas will agree that the new Toyota Camry has more appealing attributes than the Accord when you take a closer look at both cars.

Compare the New Toyota Camry with the New Honda Accord

  • The New Toyota Camry Has Better Reliability Ratings: The new Camry received a predicted reliability rating of 4.5 out of five from J.D. Power, which is nearly the best score possible. The new Honda Accord has a good score of four out of five. It's just not quite as good as the Camry.
  • The New Toyota Camry Gets Better Gas Mileage: The new Honda Accord, with its base engine, gets 30 mpg in the city and 38 mpg on the highway. Drivers in the Highland and St. Louis areas who want to save at the fuel pump will prefer the new Toyota Camry, which gets 29 mpg in the city and 41 mpg on the highway when equipped with its base four-cylinder engine and automatic transmission.
  • The New Toyota Camry Gets Better Safety Ratings: Both cars are generally safe vehicles, but the Camry gets better safety ratings. The Camry was designated a Top Safety Pick+ by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, while the Accord only got a Top Safety Pick rating. The Accord didn't get the "+" added because of lower headlight safety scores.
  • The New Toyota Camry Has More Standard Features: Both the Accord and the Camry have good infotainment systems that include a 7-inch touch screen. People in the Shiloh and Belleville areas who want to stay connected on the road will like the Camry's system better, because it includes Apple Carplay standard. To get Apple Carplay in the Accord, you'd need to pay more for a higher trim.
  • The New Toyota Camry Has More Powerful Engine Options: The new Camry comes with a 203-horsepower four-cylinder engine and offers an available 301-horsepower V6 motor. The Accord comes standard with a 192-horsepower engine and offers an upgraded engine that produces 252 horsepower. Both the Camry's engines have more horsepower than the Accord's.

Compare the New Toyota Camry with the New Mazda6

  • The Toyota Camry Earns Better Fuel Economy: When it comes to conserving fuel on your trips from Edwardsville to St. Louis, the Toyota Camry is a no-brainer. It earns you an EPA-Estimated 28 mpg on the city streets and an incredible 39 when you hit the highway. The Mazda 6 falls just short at 26/city and 35/highway. That means fewer fill-ups on the way to Belleville, IL.
  • More Engine Power in Head-to-Head Comparison: When you compare the engine levels of both models, the 206-horsepower four-cylinder and 301-horsepower V6 engine variations of the Toyota Camry surpass both engine levels of the Mazda 6. It starts with a 187-horsepower four-cylinder and tops out at 250-horsepower with its turbocharged four-cylinder. Even the higher output is determined by which fuel you put in your Mazda .
  • The New Toyota Camry Has a User-Friendly Infotainment System: The infotainment system of the Toyota Camry is straightforward and easy to use. The standard seven-inch touchscreen is responsive, whether you are adjusting your navigation or climate control on the fly. ON the other hand, the infotainment touchscreen on the Mazda 6 only operates when it is parked. When on the road, you must manipulate a console-mounted rotary knob through a series of menus. That can be difficult when you are trying to focus on the road ahead.
  • The New Toyota Camry has More Standard Infotainment Features: You'll find plenty of outstanding technology comes in each Toyota Camry trim level for a more entertaining drive through Shiloh, IL. The Mazda 6 makes you get the higher levels if you want smartphone integration and satellite radio. The Mazda 6 doesn't provide a wireless hotspot on any of its levels, but you will find that in every Toyota Camry.
  • The New Toyota Camry Offers Sport-Performance: New for 2020, the Toyota Camry has added the TRD model. A sport-tuned sedan built for fun and elegance. It is powered by the 301-horsepower V6 engine and equipped with 19-inch alloy wheels, TRD-tuned shocks and suspension, and cat-back dual exhaust. Sport seats and aluminum sport pedals provide the perfect vessel for an athletic commute from Highland to O'Fallon. The Mazda 6 does not offer a high-performance option for your commute.

Compare the New Toyota Camry with the New Hyundai Sonata

  • The Engine of the Camry is More Powerful: The standard engine of the Toyota Camry L is a four-cylinder model that generates 203-horsepower and 184 pound-feet of torque. Other trim levels of this sedan offer even more power and torque. The base-level Hyundai Sonata offers a 191-horsepwoer four-cylinder engine that generates 181 pound-feet. While another turbocharged model is available on the Sonata, the base-level engine is its most powerful.
  • The Camry is More Fuel Efficient: O'Fallon, IL commuters will notice a lot more efficiency with the new Toyota Camry as it can travel up to 29 mpg in the city and 41 mpg on the highway. The Hyundai Sonata falls just a tad short in fuel efficiency, travel up to 288 mpg in the city and 38 mpg on the highway. Both sedans come available as hybrids.
  • The Camry has a More Spacious Backseat: Your passengers in the back row will enjoy the comfort of the Camry, which features 38 inches of rear legroom and 55.7 inches of rear shoulder room. While the rear shoulder room of the Sonata might be comparable, its rear legroom falls drastically short at 34.8 inches.
  • The Camry Comes Available with All-Wheel-Drive: Most trims of the Toyota Camry come standard with front-wheel-drive, but also offer all-wheel-drive as an available feature. This drivetrain is atypical for sedans and is not available on the Sonata.
  • The Camry has Higher Safety Ratings: The newest Toyota Camry secured full five star ratings in all categories by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), the leading authority in the US on new car safety. The Sonata secured five star ratings in all categories except that of frontal crash mitigation.

Compare the New Toyota Camry with the New Kia K5

  • The Camry Provides More Power Than the K5: This all-new sedan for Kia is designed to have the thrills and power of a sports car, but its standard engine falls short, generating 180-horsepower and 195 pound-feet of torque. The Camry's entry-level engine generates 203-horsepower, while other trims add on even more powerful V6 engines.
  • The Camry Features an Intuitive Cruise Control: While the Camry and K5 have comparable safety features, an adaptive cruise control system isn't one. The Dynamic Radar Cruise Control (DRCC) of the Camry adjusts your set speed automatically to prevent tailgating. The K5 has a standard cruise control that must be manually engaged and disengaged- its Smart Cruise Control feature is only available on select trims.
  • The Camry is More Fuel Efficient: The entry-level Camry L is both powerful and fuel efficient for St. Louis commuters, allowing you to travel 41 mpg on the highway. The K5 can travel up to 38 mpg on the highway. We should also point out that the that the Camry is available as a hybrid, online the K5.
  • The Camry has a Higher Ground Clearance: While sedans are generally not recommended for off-roading, the Camry is a bit safer on semi-rough terrain, with available all-wheel-drive and a ground clearance of 5.7 inches, which helps prevent damage to the undercarriage. The Kia Kt5 comes available with AWD, but it stands about 5.3 inches off the ground.
  • The Camry has More Rear Legroom: Just like with the Sonata, Shiloh shoppers will notice a key difference between the two sedans in terms of rear legroom. The Camry offers 38 inches of rear leg room, whereas the K5's backseat has about 35 inches of legroom.

Discover the New Toyota Camry at Newbold Toyota

The new Toyota Camry is one of the most well-rounded midsize cars on the market. Its easy to drive, fuel efficient, and has a wealth of standard driver assistance features. You'll have a comfortable ride in the new Camry no matter where you sit, since it has supportive seats with plenty of legroom. Its Entune infotainment system has a responsive touch screen with crisp graphics and an intuitive menu layout. The Camry is also very agile, with sharp steering, strong brakes, and brisk acceleration. Its even a little more affordable than the Honda Accord. Newbold Toyota has a wide range of new Toyota Camry's in stock for our customers in the O'Fallon and Edwardsville areas. Visit us and test drive one today.



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